Laplace Inverse of 1 is 1/s or Deta(t) I am confused , can anybody give me confirm answer

Thanks a lot in advance

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- Feb 19th 2013, 09:30 AMssssLaplace Inverse
Laplace Inverse of 1 is 1/s or Deta(t) I am confused , can anybody give me confirm answer

Thanks a lot in advance - Feb 19th 2013, 01:48 PMHallsofIvyRe: Laplace Inverse
Have you tried taking the Laplace transform of those?

The Laplace transform of f(x) is, by definition,

So what are and ? - Feb 21st 2013, 07:22 AMssssRe: Laplace Inverse
I know that Laplace of 1 is 1/s but I am not getting what is Laplace Inverse of 1. Also I am not clear about answer given by you

Thanks for the reply - Feb 21st 2013, 08:06 AMHallsofIvyRe: Laplace Inverse
Surely, you understand the relation between a "Laplace transform" and its

**inverse**? (Or, for that matter, any kind of operation and it inverse!)

Yes, so 1 is the "inverse Laplace transform" of , not 1.

The Laplace transform of [tex]\delta(x)[\tex] is .

Okat, NOW what is the inverse Laplace transform of "1"? - Feb 21st 2013, 08:15 AMssssRe: Laplace Inverse
According to me its Delta function